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(194) 5.9 120 min 2019

The Lumber Baron is a movie starring Joseph Bezenek, Christina Baldwin, and Anna Stranz. At the turn of the century lumber was a booming industry in a savage land. Upon the unexpected death of his father, Daniel Rimsdale returns...

Starring
Anna Stranz, Christina Baldwin, Joseph Bezenek, Scout Taylor-Compton
Genres
Mystery, Drama, History
Director
Barry Andersson

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Mystery, Drama, History
Director Barry Andersson
Writer Karen R. Hurd
Stars Anna Stranz, Christina Baldwin, Joseph Bezenek, Scout Taylor-Compton
Country USA
Runtime 2H
Description At the turn of the century lumber was a booming industry in a savage land. Upon the unexpected death of his father, Daniel Rimsdale returns home to try to salvage the floundering family lumber business, find out who killed his father, and save his family from financial ruin. However, he meets heavy resistance from others who will stop at nothing to become the new Lumber Baron.

Top reviews

Sunday, 04 Oct 2020 14:47

Not having been a big fan of Hitchcock's Vertigo, I had heard little about this film, until I saw a poster of it in an online book-of-movies site. Being a big fan of the Psycho series, I picked it up, and decided to give it a try. I was so blown away by the film, I felt that I had to see it again. The two years that have passed since have been spent in the cinema. I have watched it at least 5 times, and have only recently had time to watch it again on DVD. I can honestly say that I still find it fascinating. I feel that this is an important film. It shows that in order to truly make a film the director must understand the importance of the art form. The screenwriter/director must be able to write and direct as a storyteller. For me, the performances were brilliant. Even the actors who had not previously appeared in any of Hitchcock's films, performed well. I had been looking forward to seeing Hitchcock and Keaton together, and I was not disappointed. I also liked the way that Hitchcock, as a director, took a chance on the idea that he himself was a haunted man. His style of storytelling was mesmerising, and it was clear that he had gone out of his way to try and make the most out of his own material. It is clear that Hitchcock and Keaton had a good working relationship. I cannot say too much about the ending, but the final shot of the film, which was clearly a tribute to Hitchcock, really worked for me. It was a perfect ending for the film. It was my favourite of the film, and one of the most moving scenes in film history.
Wednesday, 30 Sep 2020 00:52

This is a highly controversial and controversial film. On one hand, I think that it is a great film. On the other hand, I think that it's terrible. In fact, I think it's terrible because it's so much more than a great film. I feel that it's a very difficult film to watch. It's more of a drama than a thriller. The film is well written, but the script is hard to follow, even if you are a fan of the original novel. I think that the acting was very good. Christopher Plummer is excellent in the role of the Lumber Baron, but he is not convincing in the role of the Baron. In fact, I believe that the role of the Baron was written by another actor. It's like he was in another movie, and he is not convincing in that role. The other actors were not convincing either. In the first half of the film, the story is compelling, and at the same time, the characters are interesting. However, in the second half of the film, the story is difficult to follow, because it is so confusing. I feel that there are too many characters that were introduced in the first half of the film, and are not in the second half. I don't like the idea that the film is a political statement. The film is not political in any way. The film is about a family, a man who lives in a log cabin, and a woman who lives in a very simple house. I think that the film was written to be a drama, and not to be a political statement. I think that it is an interesting film, but I think that it was written for the wrong reason. It is an excellent film, but I think that it's not a great film.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 11:46

The Lumber Baron is a film directed by Michael Pare and written by and starring Tom Hardy. The film was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2013 Oscars and was also nominated for Best Film and Best Director at the 2014 Oscars. The film is a biopic of Queen Elizabeth II, who was the fourth and youngest of three children born to King Edward VIII and the former First Lady Mary Stuart. She became Queen in 1953, where she remains in office today as she was in 1953. The film is about the Queen's life and how her early life influenced her later life. The film takes place in the early 20th century and focuses on her early years, including when she was a child. The film features three main stories, including her personal life, her marriage and the role of Queen Elizabeth II in the world. The film also includes a love interest and an accidental death of one of her children. The film is a lot of fun and does well with what it is given, but the main issue is that it's not very well written and it's a little hard to follow some of the more dramatic parts. The film is about a woman who is an accomplished journalist, but she has to deal with the public pressure of not writing about the royal family. She is married to a wealthy man, who is a man of great influence and power. In fact, he would not approve of the queen's being married to a man. He also is very unkind to her, telling her she is ugly and has no talent. When the queen does a story about the royal family and the reaction to it is very negative, it causes her to lose a lot of respect. It's not an easy film to follow, but I liked it. It's worth watching, but it's not a classic film.


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